India doing huge injustice with Kashmiri nation: Geelani reacts to Modi’s remarks

KL Report

SRINAGAR

While commenting over the statement of expected future Prime Minister of India Narender Modi “I will deliver justice from Kashmir to Kanyakumari”, chairman Hurriyat Conference (G), Syed Ali Geelani said that India is doing huge injustice with the Kashmiri nation and from last 6 decades this country is trying to suppress the freedom sentiment and right of self-determination of Kashmiri people.

He said while addressing Narender Modi that if justice will be done with Kashmiris then it will be really an act of welfare for the Indian as well as millions of Asian people and the whole South Asian region will enter the new era of peace, stability and development.

In Sundays press release, Hurriyat chairman said that though the birth year of Modi is 1950, but he will be definitely aware of the tragedy of 1947 when only 72 days after the liberation of India and Pakistan from the forced occupation of Britain, “India landed its troops in Jammu and Kashmir and forcibly enslaved the comparatively weak and unarmed people of Kashmir. Then India itself took this issue to UN where this international body also termed the occupation of Jammu and Kashmir as injustice and advocated that right to self-determination of the people of Jammu and Kashmir. Indian rulers and its first Prime Minister himself have promised the Kashmiri people in parliament and in Lalchowk Srinagar that  India will not hold Kashmir forcibly with it and when situation will improve, Kashmiris will be given a chance to decide their future, which will be respected in any way. If Kashmiris will not decide to remain with India then it will be definitely painful for me, but we do not favour forced marriages”.

According to a statement issued to KNS, Geelani said that India have done very injustice with the people of Kashmir by not fulfilling their promises and if Mr Modi is sincere about his promise of doing justice, then he should undertake to fulfill the broken promises and Kashmiris should be given a chance to choose their future by holding plebiscite in this state.

Geelani said that Modi expressed his sorrow for not contributing to the freedom movement of India, but he has a chance to understand the freedom movement of Kashmir in its real perspective and give them their right to self-determination. Geelani further said that the Kashmiri nation is struggling for their freedom from last 67 years and India want to suppress this just struggle by using its military might and she is doing grave injustice with Kashmiries in every possible ways.

“Not only lakhs of innocent people were killed but thousands of people have been subjected to enforced custodial disappearances and thousands of people are buried in unmarked and unclaimed graves. Indian judiciary has also miserably failed in providing justice to the oppressed people of Kashmir and Shaheed Mohammad Maqbool Bhat and Shaheed Mohammad Afzal Guru like sons of Kashmir have not only been hanged without completing the formalities of justice, but even their dead bodies were not returned to their families,” he said.

 

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